AnonD-375713, 09 Jan 2018Perfectly wireless!
~just requires a WIRED mouse pad~
Well, I prefer my wireless ones with... moreMouse with batteries
-but you still need to connect batteries to power to charge it-
Haters always gon hate.
C'mon.. Razer solution is very usefull. Stop crying for everything
I think It is a Wacom patent, and Razer should have paid them a lot to.
brain_dead, 10 Jan 2018They were always ahead of breaking. Read forums, everyone had problems with DA after 2 years, ... moreMan then explain me why my first razer mouse lasted 12 years?
Now i am using Naga hex league of legends edition and from time of purchase its still working like brand new.
Same for their mousepad and Kraken headphones.
AnonD-441601, 10 Jan 2018Man logitech using batteries which needs to be charged and maybe once their lifespan goes down... moreThey were always ahead of breaking. Read forums, everyone had problems with DA after 2 years, just when warranty expires. Good looking - yeas, comfy - yes, long lasting - NO
i would rather spend few pennies on the batteries in 0.5-2 years rather than spend that much on a mat that might spoilt as well
Really Razer is good? My naga epic chroma wireless (one of the expensive ones) just died yesterday after 2yr of usage. Funny part how razer buld them. The whole mouse shell is ok, bet then your battery dies that's it. You unable to use it in wireless or wired mode, because of the microusb, not responding to anything. So wow really nice comapany in this manner. Btw razer fanboys check out youtube,and you will see how many videos about lagging, freezing, die'ing battery issues all razer mouse has.
Using razer naga league of egend edition for several years and still no issues.
Mouse speed is amazing. Everything works perfectly.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2018Lmao... Wireless? Not even close to Logitech.Man logitech using batteries which needs to be charged and maybe once their lifespan goes down and you have to replace your mouse or pad or both.
Razer makes permanent solution.
Razer was always before other gaming companies.
My firt razer mice lasted 12 years.
No other mice lasts that long.
NR-Kyst, 09 Jan 2018What happens if you lift the mouse too high from the mousepad?the mousepad will gonna stay on the ground, unless you also lift the mousepad :D
NR-Kyst, 09 Jan 2018What happens if you lift the mouse too high from the mousepad?While it doesn't have a battery, it does have a capacitor which is good for about 10 seconds. So short lifts or briefly moving outside of mat surface isn't an issue.
I use the Razer Mamba and the Firefly mat at my workplace. Performance is amazing.
I always wondered why the mouse couldn't be charged wirelessly.
Now, here we go. I will probably upgrade next year or so but I loved the idea which I was wishing for.
People comparing Logitech with this is complete non-sense. They are not even similarly built. For reference, my wireless Razer Mamba can go upto 16000 dpi and I am using it since 2016 without any issues.
Lmao... Wireless? Not even close to Logitech.
What happens if you lift the mouse too high from the mousepad?
~just requires a WIRED mouse pad~
Well, I prefer my wireless ones with AA batteries that I just pop some cheapo Ni-MH and they last for weeks/months with a charge. By the way I can tune the weight of the device with using EITHER one or two batteries (they're parallel, can actually be even hotswapped, tho there's no real advantage to that), or chose lighter ones (Ni-Cd ones are a lot lighter than Ni-MH ones for example). Out of charge? Grab any random AA cell and throw inside it, while the main ones charge. Also no mouse pad required at all.
Some of those "new technologies" seem way more like a step backwards instead of forward.
next item apple will soon copy iCopy